Tag Archives: false teachers of Mormonism

LDS General Conference Talk Summaries April 2016

07 April

Isaiah 5:20-21; “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!  21 Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes And clever in their own sight!” For the next couple of days we’re taking a look at a […]

Mormon Leaders’ Lies on LDS Website

11 February

What the Church Teaches about the Bible in 2016 “…In 1979, after years of careful work under the direction of the First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve, the Churchpublished a Latter-day Saint edition of the Bible. This edition of the Bible has the same text as the King James Version, but it includes […]

Polygamy and Mormon Church Leaders Alpheus Cutler Intro

21 April

Alpheus Cutler Intro February 29, 1784 – June 10, 1864 “It is no exaggeration to say that Cutler, next to the apostles, was one of Mormonism’s most important leaders during this period.” – Journal of Mormon History, “Conflict in the Camps of Israel,” DANNY L. JORGENSEN, p. 31 Lies, pseudonyms, excuses, and denials. All these […]

Visiting Teaching Message February 2015

28 January

This month’s Visiting Teaching Message is another installment on the attributes of the Savior and this time around they’re highlighting Jesus as the only person who lived without sin. Not surprisingly, they recycled the same verbiage they used in last month’s message. Last month they said following Jesus’ example of obedience increases our faith and […]

Mormon Dilemma 412

21 October

Doctrines of Mormonism Repentance and coming to the Lord sums up the doctrines of Christ’s church in the summer of 1828 as we see here in Doctrine and Covenants. D&C 10:66-68; “Yea, if they will come, they may, and partake of the waters of life freely. 67 Behold, this is my doctrine—whosoever repenteth and cometh […]

False Teachings of Mormonism

29 March

Some False Teachers to be Judged Millennial Star, vol. 27, No. 42, p. 659, October 21, 1865; “We do not wish incorrect and unsound doctrines to be handed down to posterity under the sanction of great names, to be received and valued by future generations as authentic and reliable, … Errors in history and doctrine, if […]